|CASH FOR CROOKS|
|Local News Headlines|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 23 August 2012 09:41|
Case # 01122002003
Rodrechus D. Johnson, age 20, on November 22, 2003 was headed to a party in the 1800 Block of Maple Avenue Southwest in the Powderly area when at random bullets were fired as he parked his car. Rodrechus was struck in the head, dying that night.
No one has been arrested for his murder. There was a $5,000 reward for any arrest and conviction; but during 2011 the Governor of Alabama raised the reward to $10,000.
If you might have seen or have facts of his murder or any of the cases in our Cash For Crooks files, please call the Birmingham Police Department at 205-254-7777. All info is strictly private.
RITT is working with state and local law enforcers to help fight crime in our communities throughout the world. Thanks for your continue support with info that helps lead to any arrest and conviction of any of the murders listed.
Minister Brenda Paige Ward, RITT Executor.